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Author: Rebecca Gibson/Thursday, August 31, 2017/Categories: News, Cruise news, Ports and destinations
Tarragona Cruise Port Costa Daurada is to host a turnaround call from Viking Ocean Cruises’ Viking Sea on 3 September, marking the first time the Spanish city has been used as a homeport for a cruise ship.
Viking Sea will dock at the terminal on Saturday 3 September with 900 passengers (mainly North Americans), who will disembark the ship at the end of a Mediterranean itinerary. The ship will remain berthed in Tarragona on the Sunday, embarking 900 new passengers before starting a new Mediterranean cruise in the early hours of Monday morning.
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